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What are Industrial Water Treatment Plants?
Industrial Water Treatment Plants are large water purifying units required for execution of the procedure of cleansing, pre-treatment and filtration of water.
Industrial Water Treatment Plants have polished and powder coated body made of stainless steel and carbon steel material. They consist of various components like Reverse Osmosis, Ozonator, Ultra Filtration Plant, Chlorinator.
Industrial Water Treatment Plants are semi and fully automatic units with differing flow rates in cubic meters in one hour (m3/hr). They can work in differ range of temperatures.
These plants have the capacity to treat hundreds of thousand litres of water in an hour by separating a large quantity of milligrams (6 k) of small solid particles generating in differing voltages and frequency.
Industrial Water Treatment Plants help to remove harmful micro organisms; virus and bacteria, odour and physical impurities from water without adding chemicals or changing its taste.
In other words, they disinfect the water to make it fit for drinking & manufacturing processes and also for exiting it through drains into rivers. Water can be from any source like bore well, municipal sewage, river water, industries.
Industries Where To Be Used In:-
-> Slaughter Houses
-> Automobile Industry
-> Pharmaceutical Industry
-> Petroleum and Chemical Industry
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